Is the Constitution considered substantive law?
Substantive law is the body of law related to the laws that govern society and how its people should behave in that society. Laws that are substantive include criminal and civil laws.
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What is the difference between substantive and procedural law? Look at the procedural and substantive law definitions and explore illustrative examples.